“Now the future
is very clear.
I’m never alone.”
Help Care for Our Community
We are looking for people with big hearts to help us care for the most important people in our community… our clients.
Ozcare is a leading, trusted not-for-profit provider of aged care, community and health services and for more than 25 years we’ve been supporting our clients to achieve their goals through the delivery of person-centred care.
Hard-working, professional, compassionate and kind are just some of the words that can be used to describe our people. This is what makes Ozcare a great place to work, and a great place to come to for care and support.
We look forward to welcoming you to our caring team.
How Can I Make A Difference?
Join our caring workforce of over 3,800 employees across 44 locations throughout Queensland in a variety of roles across our service portfolio of residential aged care, retirement living, community care and hospital.
From nurses, carers, allied health professionals, dementia advisors, cooks and client services staff to administration and management roles, including roles at Corporate Office across a range of departments; Brand & Communications, Customer Service Centre, Finance, Information Technology, People, Property & Construction and Risk & Compliance, there are so many opportunities for you to secure a rewarding career!
“When you’re here with me.
All my worries they disappear.
Now the future is very clear.
I’m never alone.
And it always feels like home.
Feels like home.
Ozcare feels like home.”
Why Work For Us?
- Salary Packaging – package your living expenses and pay for them tax free!
- EBA – ensuring above industry conditions of employment
- 5 weeks annual leave + monthly rostered day off (role dependent)
- 9 weeks paid parental leave
- Ongoing training and support
- Employee Assistance Program
- Discounted health insurance & vehicle services
- Close-knit and supportive teams
- Work for a leading not-for-profit organisation with a strong 25-year history of providing quality care
What You’ll Need
A cover letter identifying the role you’re applying for and the attributes you’ll bring to the role.
An up-to-date resume detailing your skills, experience and work history.
Your application must be lodged online by the closing date.
We only accept online applications.
What to Expect
All applications are reviewed by the hiring manager based on the requirements of the role as outlined in the position description. This will usually happen within the fortnight after the closing date and only short-listed applicants may be contacted.
Short-listed applicants are then interviewed by a panel including the hiring manager and at least one other person. This interview is designed to find out more information about each applicant’s knowledge, skills and experience relevant to the role.
If you’re the preferred applicant we’ll contact your referees, including your most recent supervisor or manager, and request from you copies of documents required for the role (e.g. current police screening certificate, vaccination records, certificates etc)